Researchers Susan De Long and Neha Sachdeva are creating a molecular tool to find and measure bacteria that could be key to cleaning our water and protecting human and ecosystem health.
Blueberry Health Benefits
CSU researcher presents findings in London about blueberries’ lowering effects on cardiovascular disease risk
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Forward conference comes to CSU Aug. 30-31
Treking to Everest
CSU Professor Joel Berger heading to Everest base camp for world’s highest climate conference
Take a look back at some of the unforgettable memories from Spring 2022 Graduation
CSU researcher finds fighting white-nose syndrome in bats benefits agriculture
Three students honored for their fashion collections during ‘All in Bloom’ show
Consuming blueberries can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in postmenopausal women with high blood pressure, according to new research by Colorado State University faculty member Sarah Ardanuy Johnson.
Colorado State University and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will host a two-day conference in Fort Collins on Aug. 30-31, the first such event in a series at six universities around the country.
CSU Professor Joel Berger has traveled around the globe studying species in the Arctic, Bhutan, Mongolia and Namibia. Now, the renowned wildlife conservation biologist is heading near the world’s highest point.
Over a several-year period, natural gas pipeline leaks were more prevalent in neighborhoods with low-income or majority non-white populations than those with high income or predominately white populations.
The disease is devastating to both the animals and producers, costing U.S. agriculture up to $495 million each year.
Researchers at CSU's Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence have recently evaluated the degree to which bear-resistant trash containers have reduced human-bear conflict in Durango, Colorado.
Members of the Faculty Council Ad Hoc Task Force on AUCC category 1C presented new wording for the category description, content criteria, and student learning outcomes at the May Faculty Council meeting.
"Now, more than ever, it is imperative that we continue to live up to our own Principles of Community. We must embrace one another and vow to work tirelessly to ensure that we have a safe and respectful campus that values inclusiveness and encourages different voices to be heard."
After 20 years at Colorado State University, Mary Stromberger has accepted a position as vice provost and dean for graduate education at Ohio State University.
The University Testing Center at Colorado State University will be closing permanently after finals week. May 13 is the last day open for testing and scanning services at the UTC.
More than 70 CSU students received stoles from El Centro’s SOMOS Latinx/e Graduation on May 6. El Centro Director Dora Frias and Assistant Director Michelle Cadena delivered a bilingual address to the 2022 graduating Latinx/e students, their families, and staff at a largely attended event in the Lory Student Center ballroom.
Nizhoni Hatch in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Aidan Lyde in the College of Liberal Arts were among the 55 students from across the country to be named Udall Scholars this year.
Parking and Transportation Services is hosting several events and programs throughout the summer to help employees explore their options for commuting to campus.
Andy Persch, a faculty member in the Dept. of Occupational Therapy, is part of a team that has built a website to help match people with disabilities to meaningful employment.
Brian Patrick Hayes was born to Marsha Lynn McGrew and Marc Alan Alford June 20, 1985, in Denver
Returning decades later as commencement speaker for the college he graduated from is a "once in a lifetime" opportunity for which Dickinson expressed deep gratitude.
Enjoy the sights of graduation through the lens of CSU Photography.
"Our faculty are looking forward to being engaged in the implementation of a Courageous Strategic Transformation plan in which they can see themselves involved in the central concerns of the University."
"Courageous Strategic Transformation is the first time we have used a University strategic plan to advance sustainability from such a holistic lens. CST sets ambitious goals that recognize the interconnectedness of environmental, economic, and social issues and makes a direct tie between a healthy planet and a thriving humanity."
Colorado State University is looking toward the future to ensure its academic enterprise remains robust, relevant and meets the needs of students, the state, and the demands by industry for workforce expertise and skills.
Colorado State University’s forthcoming Academic Master Plan, or AMP, sets CSU apart as a leader in higher education at a time of rapid change.
Two CSU scientists describe how wastewater surveillance works and what it could do in a post-pandemic future.
The Western U.S. is in a water crisis, from California to Nebraska. An ongoing drought is predicted to last at least through July 2022. Recent research suggests that these conditions may be better labeled aridification – meaning that warming and drying are long-term trends.
Any speculation about whether Donald Trump will return to Twitter after his permanent suspension in 2021 must begin with two caveats. First, we do not know for sure if, or when, the presumed new owner of the social media platform, Elon Musk, will lift the ban. Second, Trump has said he will not come back.
Domestic abuse can involve one parent using a child as a weapon against the other parent, which harms the child in immense ways. My research has identified how these dynamics play out and examines the damage.
The Class of 2022 represent the very best of Colorado State University, showing courage in the face of adversity in the pursuit of their degrees. Meet just a few of the outstanding students who are graduating this spring.
Since the annual Celebrate! Colorado State has grown beyond the capacity to acknowledge all award recipients at a single event, the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President held a separate private luncheon this year to recognize its recipients for distinguished teaching and scholarship, faculty excellence, service, advising and leadership-related awards on behalf of the academic enterprise.
Snow removal crews arrive at campus at 3 a.m. to help clear snow, and it's a process that could last all day.
Joe Blake, chancellor emeritus of the CSU System and long-time advocate for higher education in Colorado, passed away Feb. 15 at the age of 86.
Rich Tinberg, a '72 CSU alum, is igniting the passion of future leaders who know that business is about more than just the bottom line.
This free, seven-week series will bring new bands every Wednesday evening starting June 15, with Northern Colorado band Funky Business and ending July 27 with Denver Westworld Music Award-winner The Wendy Woo Band.
More than 130 years later, the great-grandson of CSU's entomology department founder C.P. Gillette continues the family connection.
The ColoradoCast, the state’s only short-term economic forecast, shows that the economy will be growing at an annual rate of 4.47% through June 2022.